On these pages you can read about what rights and obligations you have as a student. You can for example find information on admissions, examination, exam writing and study breaks.
The basic regulations for higher education are set out in the Higher Education Act (SFS 1992:1434) and the Higher Education Ordinance (SFS 1993:100) which also include subsequent amendments.
Everyone involved in the introduction of new students is involved in shaping attitudes to alcohol and drug consumption. The introduction of new students should be characterized by participation, security, respect and joy.
On this page you can find administrative forms for transfer of credits, etc.
What decisions can be appealed and how you proceed.
What applies to participating in teaching, attending lectures, seminars, etc?
Information about cheating and what happens if someone cheats.
What educational elements are mandatory and how you make up missed components.
Education at Swedish universities is free of charge for citizens of an EU/EEA country.
Transferring credits from previous studies or experience.
Policy on cheating and how cases are handled.
How you apply for exemption from the qualification requirements.
What rules apply to projects, theses, internships etc.
Harassment and discrimination. What does KI do?
What rating scales are used, how exams are corrected, how many times you get to write an exam, etc.
Expulsion of students from higher education.
What insurance covers you as a student.
Study break? How do you apply and how do you appeal?
The placement is done in county councils, municipalities or in the private sector.
Complimentary measures, such as vaccinations, for students having clinical training and/or laboratory course elements.
Rules for registration on programmes and courses.
How you as a student can report an incident or make a complaint.
Students' influence over their education. Who can appoint representatives?
An independent body that is employed by the student unions.
Rules regarding schedules.
Compulsory student union membership is removed, but the student unions have the right to appoint representatives to the governing body.
Contact information for questions about your study situation